Bertrand Dubedout

(1958 - )

Photo de Bertrand Dudebout
Aristide Saint-Jean

Bertrand Dubedout, composer, was born in 1958 in Bayonne, France, following superior musical studies at the Pau University with Guy Maneveau and Marie-François Lacazem, at the Conservatoire National Supérieur of Paris in Pierre Schaeffer and Guy Reibel classes (electroacoustic composition and musical research, Composition prize in 1981), in Paris VIII University and in the Polyphonics Studies Center in Paris. He is now a electroacoustic composition professor at the Conservatoire de Toulouse, and associate artistic director for éOle (studio and production center at Odyssud-Blagnac) and for the Novelum festival. He founded the ByPass forum in 2015.

In 1997, he won the SACEM Prize Claude Arrieu, and was named composer in residence at the Villa Kujoyama of Kyôto, Japan, in 1999. His works belong to the instrumental and vocal fields, along with the electroacoustic and mixt musics. His works are published at the Gérard Billaudot editions, in Paris. Many CDs are published at l’Empreinte digitale, MFA - Radio France, Motus, Metamkine, Skarbo, Bis and éOle records.